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Growing Parent Power for Change

Interview with Community Organizer Patricia Jelly Growing Parent Power for Change is a project funded in part by the PC(USA)’s Self-Development of People (SDOP). It has grown out of the work of community organizer Pat Jelly and the Elizabeth chapter

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Growing Parent Power for Change

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Interview with Community Organizer Patricia Jelly Growing Parent Power for Change is a project funded in part by the PC(USA)’s Self-Development of People (SDOP). It has grown out of the work of community organizer Pat Jelly and the Elizabeth chapter of the Statewide Education Organizing Committee. The group consists of

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Strategies and Solutions

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Seeds of Hope for the Future of Education The Prime Time Parade: Walking the Church/School Boundary, Rev. Dave Brown “Prime Time is a religion-free zone so that it affirms the separation of church and state and so that it embodies Jesus’ teaching to love our neighbors.” Read Article sdf Her

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Self Development in the City

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When I was small, my grandfather used to tell me that the shortest verse in the Bible is “Jesus wept.” It made a strong impression on me, perhaps because it was the only verse I can remember him quoting. It was powerful to think of Jesus, the Son of God,

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Job Opening: Young Adult Community Liaison

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Live in Baltimore, Detroit, or Los Angeles and want to put your commitment to social justice into action in your local community? Check out the following position opening with the Self-Development of People program of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Young Adult Community Liaison LOCATIONS: Baltimore, Detroit, and Los Angeles REPORTS

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